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Vernacular Landscapes

After reading through Helmers, I started questioning what I found valuable in the landscape around me, whether I valued what I perceived as normalness or something physically constructed. I personally found that I value something as close to it’s “natural state” as possible, but much of the land in the northeast US was completely clearcut for charcoal at least once in the past 400 years. Now, it is under the eye of natural gas and energy companies and wind turbines can be seen dotting hill tops.

Jonathan

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